This small, family-run neighborhood place has been turning out good pizza and Greek specialties for 25 years. It can be jammed at lunch and just after nearby T.C. Williams High School lets out. It's clean and bright, and the welcome is always warm. The menu is extensive, and most items (other than pizza) are less than $6. I have tried other offerings, but the souvlaki is what keeps me coming back. Chunks of marinated pork tenderloin are served atop pita bread and garnished with lettuce, tomatoes, feta cheese and a vinegary dressing that turns the dish into a delight.
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